Five players scored touchdowns as the Crownover eighth grade A-team remained unbeaten this season following a 36-0 victory against Strickland on Tuesday night.

Peyton Bowen scored on a 79-yard run, Connor Newton caught a 36-yard touchdown pass from Sutton Lee, Andrew Coplin had a fumble recovery for a touchdown, Blake Courtney was on the receiving end of a 41-yard touchdown pass from Lee, Ryan Yaites had a 14-yard scoring run and Ivan Pena added four extra points as the Cowboys improved to 6-0.

Jordan McGee, Si Stovall and Tim Cardona were standouts on the Crownover defense.

Crownover ‘B’ 19, Strickland 0

Jack Bradley scored two touchdowns and kicked two extra points to lead Crownover to a shutout win.

Bradley scored on runs of 40 and 32 yards, and Tad Tamplen had a 24-yard scoring run as the Cowboys’ record improved to 4-1.

Myers ‘A’ 38, Calhoun 12

Quarterback Khalon Davis passed for four touchdowns, two to MarQuice Hill and two to Jordyn Bailey as Myers rolled.

Davis hit Hill with 25- and 45-yard scoring passes and had 7- and 55-yard touchdown passes to Bailey. Jaavonne Jones returned an interception 15 yards for a touchdown, and Avery Brazzell kicked three extra points as the Titans remained undefeated at 6-0.

Lake Dallas ‘A’ 28, Rodriguez 24

Keegan Byrd ran for a touchdown and threw for one in Rodriguez’s four-point loss.

Byrd scored on a 1-yard run and passed 25 yards to Mason Requin for another Vipers score while Jayden McKay ran 15 yards for a touchdown as Rodriguez slipped to 2-4 for the season.

The Rodriguez B-team lost 26-0 to Lake Dallas.

Harpool ‘A’ 32, Little Elm 8

Jackson Arnold was involved in two scoring plays, and Cam Posada was good on four extra points in Harpool’s victory.

Arnold scored on a 30-yard run and found Pierce Boles on a 22-yard touchdown pass. Chris Klein passed 28 yards to Ryder McDaniel for a touchdown, and Blade Carver ran 1 yard for a score as the Longhorns improved their record to 5-1.

Harpool ‘B’ 8, Little Elm 6

Zach Saye hit Jacob Gamboa with a 10-yard scoring pass, and Gamboa kicked the extra point as Harpool (4-2) prevailed.

Navo ‘A’ 25, McMath 12

Quarterback Wyatt Smith connected with wide receiver Steven Richardson on two touchdown passes as Navo won.

Smith hit Richardson with 40- and 71-yard scoring passes, Ty Bartley scored on a 8-yard run and Jeremiah Elder ran 27 yards for a score as Navo ran its record to 4-2.

Scott Comacho led the Panthers with six tackles, two sacks, forced one fumble and a a interception. Linebacker Blake Fann had seven tackles, two for losses.

Seventh grade

Navo ‘A’ 19, McMath 8

Running back Reymundo Izaguire had a 70-yard touchdown run, Caleb Thomas returned an interception 35 yards for a score and Marquis Bryant scored on a 35-yard run as Navo (2-4) rolled.

Izaguirre finished the night with 150 rushing yards on 10 carries while Eli Stokes had six tackles, two pass deflections and forced a fumble to lead the Panthers on defense.

McMath (1-5) got its touchdown on a 75-yard scoring pass from Christian Walker to Milford Kamara. Hayden Gunter led the Tigers defense with five tackles while Kamara had four tackles, Taylor Brown had three tackles and forced a fumble, Jose Troncoso had three tackles and had a fumble recovery and Michael Pena had a interception.

Strickland ‘A’ 20, Crownover 16

Crownover saw its record slip to 4-2 with the loss.

Eli Bowen scored the Cowboys’ first touchdown on a 3-yard run, and Issac Baronas added the point after kick. Trey Joyner scored Crownover’s last touchdown on a 8-yard run. Pierson Rougeau had a interception for the Cowboys’ defense, and Andrew Doty had two sacks.

Crownover ‘B’ 27, Strickland 6

Hank Bowers ran for a touchdown, threw for another and passed for a pair of one-point conversions as Crownover cruised to a win.

Bowers scored on a 13-yard run and later connected with Jordan Waggoner for a 31-yard scoring toss. Austin Brown ran 7 yards for a score, and Jack Hickerson scored on a 9-yard run. Bowers connected with Talan Oswald and Jacob Jordan for one-point conversions, and Hickerson passed to Waggoner for a conversion as the Cowboys improved to 4-2.

Note: Calhoun and Strickland did not submit game reports.

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